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Right At The Fork

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Mar 8, 2017

We had the chance to sit down and talk with Chris DiMinno as he prepared to open the much-anticipated Jackrabbit, the next chapter in his chef life. We talk about what a large undertaking that is, how Chris Cosentino tapped him to be the chef, and how his passion for biking came about. And how many bikes does he...

Mar 1, 2017

We revisit our December, 2015 interview with Maya Lovelace of Mae.  Since this interview, Maya's Mae pop-up has become a force in Portland dining.  Tickets to her weekly dinners are scooped up in minutes.  She can now lay claim to a coveted James Beard Award nomination as Rising Star Chef in the USA.And since we...

Feb 27, 2017

Gary The Glutton, formerly known as Gary the Foodie, tells us what the hell happened to his social media accounts.  Then, as usual, Gary does his monthly recap of places he's gone, including some new, and some old.  Gary Okazaki is known for hitting a half dozen restaurants in a day, both in Portland and on...

Feb 22, 2017

Damian Magista joins us again to discuss his change from Portland honey maven to the cannabis world with his new venture, Annata. 

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Feb 15, 2017

Don Salamone, like many others, landed in Portland because of its cost of entry as a chef.  Armed with a solid work ethic and a resume that included stops at Michelin-starred restaurants, he opened a food cart, Burger Stevens.  We talk about what Michael Russell's glowing review meant to him, how he came up...